100 more days to make Wales matter - Leanne Wood With a hundred days to go until the Westminster Election, Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood AM has urged the people of Wales to join her party's campaign to make Wales matter in May and return the strongest ever group of Plaid Cymru MPs to Westminster.
Plaid unveils plans to save and strengthen our NHS Welsh patients deserve a health service which can respond when they need it.
Welsh doctors and nurses deserve to work in a world-class service that values and reflects their skills.
That is the message of Plaid Cymru today (Monday) as it launches its plans to save and strengthen the NHS.
Plaid Cymru urges BBC to rethink Swansea studio plan - South Wales Evening Post South Wales Evening PostPlaid Cymru urges BBC to rethink Swansea studio planSouth Wales Evening PostA PLAID Cymru election candidate is urging the BBC to rethink plans to close its main radio studio in Swansea. It is claimed the move will mean radio programmes can no longer be presented from the corporation's base at Alexandra Road, although there ...and more »
Plaid Cymru says debate 'falls short of original proposals' - ITV News BBC NewsPlaid Cymru says debate 'falls short of original proposals'ITV NewsPlaid Cymru's leader has welcomed a final decision being made on the dates for the TV leadership election debates, but stated she thinks it "falls short of the original proposals." Leanne Wood said: "No politician should be able to chose whether to be ...Debates format agreed by all seven partiesBBC Newsall 3 news articles »
Plaid Cymru names its price for post-election power deal - Financial Times Financial TimesPlaid Cymru names its price for post-election power dealFinancial TimesPlaid Cymru, the Welsh nationalist party, has told the Financial Times that it will lend its support in the event of a hung parliament for an extra £1.2bn annual funding for Wales. On its current parliamentary presence of three MPs, this amounts to ...Welsh politicsThe EconomistFollow Gwent's lead over elderly patients - PlaidSouth Wales Argusall 6 news articles »